JSON documents are everywhere today, but they are rarely structured the way you want them to be. They often include too much data, have weirdly named fields, or place the data in unnecessary nested objects. Graph-Relational Object Queries (GROQ) …
Say you have a list of 100 names:
<ul> <li>Randy Hilpert</li> <li>Peggie Jacobi</li> <li>Ethelyn Nolan Sr.</li> <!-- and then some --> </ul>
…or file names, or phone numbers, or whatever. And you want to filter them client-side, meaning you aren’t …
Shepherds are good at tending to their sheep, bringing order and structure to their herds. Even if there are hundreds of those wooly animals, a shepherd still herds them back to the farm at the end of the day.
There are currently four active methods for storing data on the client side.
- Cookies (old school, still useful because they are sent with server requests)
- Local Storage (very easy to use)
- Session Storage (exactly the same, only